Category: Bluegrass recording news

Sneak peek from Steve Gulley

| July 14, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Steve Gulley has shared samples of a few tracks from his upcoming Rural Rhythm album, Family, Friends & Fellowship, due for wide release on July 22. While not an explicitly Gospel project, Gulley sees this one as an attempt to share his own faith journey, and […]

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The Boss helps IBMA

| July 11, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Jon Weisberger knows a thing or two about songwriting—he was IBMA’s first songwriter of the year in 2012. And he knows a lot about IBMA—he’s chairman of the organization’s board. In his first role, he was looking to put together a new collection of songs he […]

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Movin’ On from Wayne Taylor

| July 9, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Wayne Taylor, former director of the US Navy’s Country Current, has released his latest CD, Movin’ On. Like his previous solo efforts, and his ones with Appaloosa, the record consists primarily of Taylor’s original songs, punctuated by a few folk and bluegrass classics. Eight of twelve […]

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New single from The Spinney Brothers

| July 8, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Gonna Catch A Train is the debut single from The Spinney Brothers‘ upcoming album on Mountain Fever, Tried & True, due in mid-October. It’s a song written by the late Ed Hamilton, who won the 1998 IBMA Song of the Year Award for Lonesome Old House, as recorded […]

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Gibson Brothers sign with Rounder Records

| July 7, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Rounder Records has announced the signing of The Gibson Brothers to their label. A new album is currently in progress, which is expected to hit in January of 2015. The past few years have been big ones for the brothers, who like most “overnight successes,” […]

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From Big Country Bluegrass to Miranda Lambert

| July 3, 2014 | 0 Comments
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From the comments we get, it’s clear that many of our readers are fans of country music as well as bluegrass. So for those of you who follow the Nashville scene, here’s a fun story. On superstar Mirada Lambert’s new album, Platinum, there’s a jumping track […]

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Something Old New Borrowed Blue from Megan Lynch Chowning

| July 2, 2014 | 3 Comments
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Megan Lynch Chowning calls her new project, Something Old New Borrowed Blue, a “raw fiddle album.” Whatever could that mean? Well it’s not un-or-undercooked, bloody or beaten. It turns out that the album is given to unaccompanied fiddle, allowing her to merge her two musical passions, teaching […]

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Three Bells commemorates Mike Auldridge

| July 1, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Mike Auldridge has been lionized as a giant of the slide resonator guitar for many years, long before he died just after Christmas in 2012. From his early days in the Washington, DC bluegrass scene through his time with Seldom Scene, Chesapeake, and his own […]

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Debut single from Megan McKamey

| June 30, 2014 | 1 Comment
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Megan McKamey, a young vocalist, songwriter, and banjo player from East Tennessee, is set to release her first album, Here’s Your Goodbye, on July 15. Ahead of the full project, she has dropped the title track to radio as a single through Airplay Direct. All twelve tracks […]

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I’ve Got The Moon On My Side from The Crowe Brothers

| June 27, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Josh and Wayne Crowe know what works for them. After 40 years performing as The Crowe Brothers, these Georgia boys have a firm grip on the sort of traditional and Gospel bluegrass that their fans want to hear. And that’s just what they give ‘em. Mountain […]

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